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Weeping Angels
Angel 1
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Season: Power Rangers: Stellar Corps
Power Rangers: Legion of Monsters
Type: Monster
Homeworld: Unknown
First Appearance: Dark of the Moon
Last Appearance: Here We Go
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Angel 2


Weeping Angels (also known as the Lonely Assassins) are an ancient race from the Whoniverse.

History

According to the Doctor, the Weeping Angels "are as old as the universe (or very nearly), but no one really knows where they come from." He describes them as the loneliest beings in the universe, since their quantum-lock reaction makes it difficult for them to socialize; he also describes them as "the deadliest, most powerful, most malevolent lifeform evolution has ever produced."

They only appeared in the Power Rangers continua thanks to a crack in space and time, through which an army of Angels fell. They were quarantined on the Cimerian Planet, but escaped and began to wreak havoc on the universe, prompting the creation of the Stellar Corps Rangers. The Angels were all but annihilated in a psychic blast, but a few were later restored magically thanks to preserved records.

Physical Description

Weeping Angels, when visible, resemble stone statues of winged androgynous, slightly feminine, humanoids. They possess fangs and pointed nails, but only show them when about to attack. Weeping Angels only move when unseen, quantum-locking and actually becoming stone if they think someone can see them. They cover their faces when in each others' presence to prevent accidentally seeing each other and trapping each other in stone form (hence their nickname: they can never interact with members of any species, even their own). If they cannot drain enough power, they begin to erode like statues naturally do, sometimes going so far as to be unrecognizable as angel statues.

Behavior and Abilities

Weeping Angels are typically the nicest psychopaths in the universe. They feed off of energy, particularly temporal energy, and thus often send their victims back in time to before their births to live to death. However, when provoked or desperate, Angels will attack directly and violently. As they have no voices of their own (they seem to communicate telepathically), Angels may snap the neck and rip out the cerebral cortex of their victim, reanimating a part of their consciousness to communicate with other beings.

Angels can drain power from just about anything, particularly electrical lights. In their unseen form they are unbelievably fast, able to cross a room in the blink of an eye, but their speed decreases if they are starved. Furthermore, any image of an Angel is an outlet for that Angel to project itself, including the image created inside a viewer's mind if they look into its eyes. If the original Angel is destroyed or neutralized, its ability to project is limited unless something is done to "revive" the image. They are capable of infecting other statues, giving them Angel capabilities without changing their appearances. The only way to truly kill a Weeping Angel is to collapse a temporal paradox on it.

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